The Art of Resistance
The exhibition illuminates 500 years of anti-colonial resistance in the Global South and tells about colonial oppression and its effects to this day.
New exhibition date:
It’s Yours! Peju Layiwola
Wed. 03.03.2021, 7PM (CET)
Artists in Residency
Kiri Dalena (Fotografie)
Filmmaker, visual artist, and human rights activist Kiri Dalena works with a body of photographs collected by Dean Conant Worcester and Georg Küppers-Loosen in the Philippines between 1887-1907 and preserved at the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum.
Bahar Gökten & Daniela Rodriguez Romero (Urban Dance)
With [resi]stance, the two urban dance artists Bahar Gökten and Daniela Rodriguez Romero provide insights into processes of embodied resistance and challenge us to develop our own "stance."
Rokia Bamba (Music)
Rokia Bamba, Dj and sound artist from Brussels, will create a sound database with voices and sounds of resistance together with the artists and visitors of RESIST!, which can be experienced in the exhibition space and on the website.
Francis Oghuma (Real Time Documentary)
During the RESIST! exhibition, Nigerian-born and Cologne-based photographer Francis Oghuma will present his photographic documentation of the BlackLivesMatter protests, as well as document the events and process of the exhibition.